In the PinkThe Pink Rotator has no bells or whistles. It's an effective G-spotter for me, even with absolutely no effort on my part. It has a very specific use that produces a unique but not overwhelming sensation.
The dildo itself is really quite short as is typical with the juicer style. It boasts 3 1/4" insertable inches. The clear glass is surrounded by a pink ribbon of glass that swirls around the shaft. The color is extremely hard to see in many situations. It's not nearly as vibrant as the pictures make it appear to be.
The end flares out into a bulbous, slightly pointed head that is free of any texture. At its widest point (around the head), the toy is only 1.4" in diameter. The shaft is 1.15" in diameter, around the ribbon. The base diameter of the shaft is a bit thinner, of course. It's really not a big toy but it is hefty, as are all glass toys.
Connect to the shaft is a perpendicular base with a whopping 2.07" diameter. Rest assured that this is not meant to be inserted. It rests against the vulva so the user or a partner can grasp the short pegged handle (less than 1.5" long) that extends from the base and turn the toy. There are 6 bumps that protrude from the base, against the vulva. The base isn't wide enough that it blocks access to my clitoris.
In practice, this isn't really that much different from a typical dildo, as least for me. Granted, the knob on the base makes it easier to turn than many toys and the base prevents the handle from accumulating lube. Still, the rotating sensation doesn't offer as much physical pleasure as thrusting typically does; however, my G-spot reacts quite easily and quickly from the movement. Furthermore, the heaviness of the toy actually led me to squirt (after I'd squirted once or twice before), just by resting against my G-spot.
I found that I wound up twirling the handle in my fingers to turn the toy, instead of making a bigger, full circle motion with my hand. My arms are short and this was the only way I could successfully operate the toy. It worked; although, it was a bit more spasmodic than it would be if I could turn it in fluid motions. Of course, this won't be an issue for many people.
During use, I couldn't feel the nubs on the base. I actually didn't realize they were there at all, until I sat down to write my review.
As with all glass, you can apply warm or cool water to affect temperature. Water based and silicone lubricants are compatible but, if this works for you, you may not have to use lube for long.
Clean up is a cinch. Soap and water wash of liquids or dirt particles from the smooth glass with minimal effort. You can boil it or toss it on the top rack of the dishwasher for a more thorough cleaning because glass it non-porous, too. And if you're like me, you can accidentally bash the thing into your sink without damaging it.
Glass collects no lint so you can towel dry before slipping it into the included pouch and store it away for a rainy day or to create your own moisture.